A WORLD OF ART COMES TO HONG KONG FEATURING MORE THAN 2,000 ARTWORKS

2-FOR-1 TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

Just 2 weeks to the Asia Contemporary Art Show! The Show is on March 29th – April 1st, 2019 at the heart of Hong Kong Art Week alongside Art Basel and Art Central. 2-for-1 tickets are on HK TICKETING at HK$270 (use your UnionPay credit card for a 15% discount) for three days access to the Show. Bring along a friend for free.

Highlights of the Show include special art sectors Intersections: China and Artist Dialogues. Be the first to take a look and pick your favorite artworks here.

STANDOUT ARTISTS

Ziver Olmez

Hong Kong

 

Ziver Olmez (b.1983) is a Hong Kong based architecture and nature photographer who draws upon a combination of reductionist and expressionist influences. He often uses elaborate camera movements to capture light and emotion which transcends what the human eye can see. Olmez sees theincredible architectural feats that make up the city as subjects that exhibit strong and unique personalities - more than merely concrete, steel, and glass.


Using a combination of exposure and tone manipulation techniques, Ziver pioneered a new form of photography he calls "inversions", emulating the tonality found in film negatives, exposing a world that exists beyond our vision - and deep within our imagination.

 

Yann Rebecq

France

 

French Post-Impressionist artist Yann Rebecq (b.1955) learned to paint from an early age.A pupil of Eugène Baboulène (the President of the French Academy of Art), Henri Pertus (one of the best painters in Provence), and Antoni Clavè, (one of the best abstract painters in the world), Rebecq’s range of color illuminates a poetic universe inspired by the beauty and nature of Provence and Brittany, and the intimate luminosity of familial quotidian scenes of everyday life.


Rebecq’s works are highly collectible. Some paintings are in public collections in museums in Norway, Switzerland, and in the USA. The artist also makes artworks for the Foreign Affairs Ministry of France, French embassies and French consulates in different countries.

 

Shota Suzuki

Japan


Shota Suzukiʼs (b.1987) sculptures are made in metal such as copper, brass and silver. Suzuki tries to pursue the balance between the energy and intimacy that emenates from both nature and metal. Suzuki is interested in capturing subtle changes found through seasonal beauty, such as seeing a first spring flower coming into bloom on the street and water drops falling from a tree into a puddle creating a ripple.

 

Suzuki graduated from the Metalcraft course at the Faculty of Arts, Tohoku University of Arts and Design and received Received an Excellence prize from the Itami International Contemporary Craft Exhibition -Jewellery.